Big UK grants awarded to smart energy demand projects

November 30, 2010 at 8:43 pm

On Nov. 28 the UK energy regulator Ofgem released the list of four projects selected under that nation’s Low Carbon Networks Fund. The LCNF supports projects by energy distribution network operators (DNOs) to try out new technology as well as operating and commercial arrangements.

The winning projects are:

  • Customer-Led Network Revolution (£26.8 million)
  • Low-Carbon London: a learning journey (£24.3 million)
  • Low-Voltage Network Templates for a Low-Carbon Future (£7.8 million)
  • Low-Carbon Hub (£2.8 million)

What makes these projects so interesting and important?…

Full story: Smart energy demand projects win big UK grants

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Entry filed under: Energy regulation, funding, smart energy demand, UK, Utilities.

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